You Can Fly To The Toronto Area For $79 One-Way ($198 Roundtrip)

Here is a special deal that we thought you’d like to know about. You can fly from Halifax to the Toronto Area (Hamilton Airport) for only $79 one-way or $198 roundtrip.

Flytrippers’ specialty is to spot flight deals from the Halifax Area. That’s what we do every day on our cheap flight deals page.

Usually, these deals are straightforward and you get the direct link to book on our partner websites, which is something we appreciate when you do: it doesn’t cost you a penny, and it supports Flytrippers so we can keep spotting great deals for Halifax travelers.

But our mission is always to help you save money on your flights, so when some deals are exceptionally only bookable on airline websites, we’ll still tell you about it, even if we don’t earn a commission, because our first priority is always to help you travel more!

So here is one of those deals.

Deal To Hamilton

Swoop is currently selling many flights for only $79 one-way from Halifax to Hamilton this June. The return starts at $129, which still makes for a very cheap roundtrip flight. This fall, you can even find $198 roundtrips ($99 both ways).

Swoop is a new Canadian Ultra Low-Cost Carrier, so read up about how ULCCs work. In a nutshell, they’re a great new way to travel more for less money: they’re awesome! Don’t miss our upcoming article about ULCCs in Halifax this week, you’ll love reading more about this!

Here are the outbound prices from Halifax to Hamilton:

As you can see, $79 is pretty cheap for a flight in Canada, even if it is a one-way flight.

You can see the return flights, and more options, by going to their website and searching for your dates. For all destinations or dates, we also have a great flight search tool to compare all airlines, as well as another tool to find the cheapest dates if you are flexible and just want to go to a specific destination at the cheapest price.

The sale ends tonight, so you need to hurry up (as is always the case with flight deals). Hamilton Airport is just a short drive (or train/bus ride) away from Toronto, it can be quite worthwhile when sales are this good.

Bottom Line

Now that’s a good deal. Here’s to hoping more cheap flights are coming to Canada thanks to Ultra Low-Cost Carriers.

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Andrew D'Amours

Andrew is the co-founder of Flytrippers. He is passionate about traveling the world but also, as a former management consultant, about the travel industry itself. He shares his experiences to help you save money on travel. As a very cost-conscious traveler, he loves finding deals and getting free travel thanks to travel rewards points... to help him visit every country in the world (current count: 61/193 Countries, 46/50 US States & 9/10 Canadian Provinces).

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